Coincidence. Absolutely. Lisa Simpson agrees. Have a good weekend all.
[via xkcd | Thanks, Steve]
The roll-over caption reads, “There’s also a spike in the Fourier transform at the one month mark where–”
“You want to stop talking right now.”
This suggests the author believes that some graphs can speak for themselves or that belaboring a graph with too much analysis might not work well with some audiences.
Wow. It’s a comic and a lesson
This American Life just posted an old show with a related segment.
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